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14 Ways For Kids To Understand Failure Correctly

14 Ways For Kids To Understand Failure Correctly

BLOG OVERVIEW: Kids are learning about failure, but what are they learning. Kids need to understand failure correctly and the teaching must come from the parents. The dueling princes battled on the ground as their floating castle disappeared into the sky. This is the backdrop of Disney’s movie Up. Are you missing something? You saw the movie right? Confused yet? Ed Catmull, the co-founder of Pixar and Disney Animations, wrote how Pixar creates movies in his book Creativity, Inc. Catmull’s book was reviewed at The Secret To Pixar’s Success: Failure on Buzzfeed published in April of 2014. Catmull reveals Pixar’s ... Read More »

Why Walking On Water Is A Good Option

Why Walking On Water Is A Good Option

BLOG OVERVIEW: We get lost in the storm of adversities, fitting to keep our head of the water. Learn why we should rise above the storm through Jesus. The excitement for kindergarten was overwhelming. New school, new teacher, new clothes, new shoes, and new milestone. What is there not to be excited about? REALITY!! For 3–4 hours, our house remained Faythless. I still wonder what Stephen, our second child, was thinking. Where did his friend go? What was he to do without his big sister? I remained at home working while Stephanie and Stephen ran over to the school to ... Read More »

Permissive Parenting In Kids Sports Leads To Entitlement

Permissive Parenting In Kids Sports Leads To Entitlement

BLOG OVERVIEW. Permissive parenting in kids sports is teaching kids entitlement. More kids today are expecting everything handed to them on a platter. Parenting in sports plays a large role. Are we unknowingly training kids for entitlement? Jesus has some insight to this. Football Parents Just Wanting The Best For Their Kids After coaching youth football for the past 4 years, I became the new coaching director of a youth football league. There are over 600 kids involved, meaning nearly, 600 marital relationships, 600 family structures, and 1200 parents. There are enough parenting styles in the league to last a ... Read More »